District of Innovation Plan

On December 8, 2016, the Henrietta Independent School District’s Board of Trustees initiated the process by passing a Resolution to Adopt a District of Innovation to support innovation and local initiatives to improve student learning.  Because this is a renewal of the original District of Innovation, the Henrietta ISD Board of Trustees will not repeat the two required steps listed below:

               Board Resolution signed by the majority of the District Advisory Team, and

               Hold a public hearing on whether to develop a plan
               (TEC  §12A.002).

The Board of Trustees appointed the District Advisory Team (“DAT”) to discuss and draft this Local Innovation Plan. This committee represents various stakeholders across the district, including teachers, parents, campus administration, district administration, and local business owners. The committee met initially on December 14, 2021, to discuss, review, and make any adjustments to the originally developed plan.
The plan was posted on the District’s website for 30 days, effective December 15, 2021. The DAT will vote on the final District of Innovation Plan on January 12, 2022. Henrietta ISD notified the Texas Commissioner of Education of the District’s intent to vote on and adopt the final District of Innovation Plan and the plan was submitted to the Board of Trustees for final approval on January 13, 2022. Henrietta ISD then submitted the final plan to TEA within 30 days of board approval.

The District of Innovation Plan is effective in January 2022 and will remain in effect for five years, through December 2026, unless terminated or amended earlier by the Board of Trustees in accordance with the law.

For questions or comments concerning the plan, please contact Scot Clayton, Superintendent of Schools.


View the complete plan here.

Scot Clayton
940.720.7900
[email protected]









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